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Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 766
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 11,442
First Seen: November 20, 2022
Last Seen: September 25, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The website has been observed to try and trick its visitors into unknowingly enabling its push notifications. Indeed, instead of being presented with useful content or helpful features, users are instead likely to be subjected to online tactics. Usually, rogue websites of this type are not opened intentionally. Users land on them due to forced redirects caused by pages with rogue advertising networks or intrusive PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs).

The tactic that cybersecurity experts found being propagated by aims to exploit the legitimate push notifications' browser feature. By convincing users to press the displayed 'Allow' button, the site will become able to generate and deliver advertisements to users' devices. One of the most commonly seen scenarios exploited by these untrustworthy pages is to pretend that users must pass a CAPTCHA check. The displayed message may be a variation of:

'Click Allow to verify that you are not a robot!'

The advertisements and notifications generated by the site also may contain misleading messages as a way to promote PUPs or take users to questionable destinations - adult pages, online gaming/betting platforms, unsafe websites, etc. In addition, simply pressing 'Allow' could trigger redirects to such dubious websites. Indeed, may cause redirects to a nearly identical misleading page at ''

URLs may call the following URLs:


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